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<i>Our Town</i> will be performed Friday & Saturday (8 pm) and Sunday (2 pm) at the Lake Placid Center for the Arts.
Our Town will be performed Friday & Saturday (8 pm) and Sunday (2 pm) at the Lake Placid Center for the Arts.

Preview: "Our Town" in Lake Placid

Theater groups around the country are marking the 75th anniversary of Thorton Wilder's Our Town with special performances this year. Todd Moe talks with Lake Placid resident and film and stage actor James Tolkan, who's directing Our Town at the Lake Placid Center for the Arts this weekend. The production is a collaboration with Pendragon Theatre and Community Theatre Players. The cast includes more than 30 local performers.  Go to full article
The cast of <i>The Happy Journey to Trenton and Camden</i>: Kirsten Lomnitzer, Maryann Sauro, Mike Corey and Daniel Dunbar.
The cast of The Happy Journey to Trenton and Camden: Kirsten Lomnitzer, Maryann Sauro, Mike Corey and Daniel Dunbar.

A weekend of Thornton Wilder in North Creek

We'll preview a weekend of plays by Thornton Wilder at the Tannery Pond Community Center in North Creek. The Our Town Theatre Group's winter production is actually a trio of short plays by Wilder that help define who we are as Americans and family identity. Todd Moe talks with director Lindsey Gates about the "Wilder Weekend" in North Creek.  Go to full article
The original Wilder home, in Burke, was built in the 1840's
The original Wilder home, in Burke, was built in the 1840's

?Farmer Boy? fans gather at Wilder homestead

Laura Ingalls Wilder fans from across the country are gathering in the North Country this weekend. They'll visit the Wilder farm near Malone in Franklin County. The historic site is celebrating the 150th anniversary of Almanzo Wilder's birth. Todd Moe has more.  Go to full article

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